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TCU Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences offers free flu shot clinic to student, staff, and faculty on campus. (Sasha Chapman/Staff Writer)

TCU Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences offers free flu shots and CPR training

By Sasha Chapman, Staff Writer
Published Oct 16, 2023
TCU nursing students administer flu shots and teach students CPR at TCU's annual free flu shot clinic.
Bruce Butler, right, hands a blanket to Mika, who is homeless, to help her with the cold weather in Fort Worth, Texas, Friday, Dec. 23, 2022. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Homelessness on the rise in Fort Worth over the last five years

By Jordan Montgomery, Staff Writer
Published Oct 16, 2023
With continued growth in Fort Worth and homelessness following suit, the city makes strides in reversing the trend.
The new mural on campus, located north of West Berry Street.

TCU brings the 150th mural campaign home to campus

By Ella Funke, Staff Writer
Published Oct 13, 2023
TCU concludes the 150th mural campaign on Berry Street.
The Brite Divinity School marched in last years Tarrant County Pride Parade. (Photo courtesy of: Valerie Forstman)

Over 200 people sign faculty petition in support of LGBTQ campus community

By Ella Gonzales, Staff Writer
Published Oct 13, 2023
The petition proposes goals and strategies in pursuit of making TCU campus more inclusive to LBGTQ students.
Chancellor Victor J. Boschini announces the Lead On: A Campaign for TCU has surpassed its goal of $1 billion raised. (Photo: William Hartley)

TCU’s “Lead On” campaign to support scholarships, endowed faculty positions and more

By Jordan Montgomery, Staff Writer
Published Oct 13, 2023

Scholarships, employee endowments, the Burnett School of Medicine and many other programs will receive a boost in funding courtesy of "Lead On: A Campaign for TCU". Following four years of fundraising,...

The first retreat for students will be offered Oct. 13-15. (Courtesy of Dr. Reddy)

Meditation Workshop Offers an Additional Mental Health Resource on Campus

By Hannah Dollar, Staff Writer
Published Oct 12, 2023

The first session of a workshop designed to help students, faculty and staff achieve their fullest potential through breath work and meditation will be held on TCU’s campus Oct. 13-15 for students. Professor...

A documentary following three TCU graduates from the class of 2023 will premiere on Monday, Oct. 15. Chancellor Victor Boschini, the Red Production group and the former students held a panel after a screening in the Shaddock Auditorium.

Documentary following TCU students’ journeys to premiere on Monday

By Micah Pearce, Executive Editor
Published Oct 11, 2023

A film crew captured the journey of three recent graduates from TCU's sesquicentennial class that had its first year disrupted by COVID-19. A camera crew followed three TCU students throughout their...

TCU drone show, 150th anniversary

TCU to name annual recipient of Outstanding Senior award during homecoming weekend

By Katie Mitchell, Staff Writer
Published Oct 10, 2023
The annual tradition honors seniors' contributions to life and culture on campus.
FWISD District Service Center located on Camp Bowie Blvd. (Jordan Montgomery/Staff Writer)

FWISD reviews 118 books to determine if content is appropriate for students

By Jordan Montgomery , Staff Writer
Published Oct 10, 2023
School district officials are removing books from circulation to determine if they are suitable for school libraries.
The 4 panelists at the symposium, from left to right: Dr. Benjamin-Alvarado, Annette Anderson, Terri Parton, Chebon Kernall. (Alicia Takacs)

TCU celebrates Seventh Annual Native American and Indigenous Peoples Day

By Alicia Takacs, Staff Writer
Published Oct 9, 2023
The day was highlighted by a symposium discussing TCU's presence in the Native American and Indigenous community.
The TCU Tappoles. (Sydney Miller/Staff Writer).

TCU students have a new way to connect – tap dancing

By Sydney Miller, Staff Writer
Published Oct 7, 2023
TCU’s new tap dancing club, Tappoles, hosts free tap practices every week, allowing students of all skill levels to connect through their love of dance. 
The flier for Eleven40sevens Fall 2023 journal.

TCU’s Journal of the Arts set for 19th edition and the deadline to submit work is coming up fast.

By Corrigan Smiley, Staff Writer
Published Oct 5, 2023

The student-run journal of the arts Eleven40seven is set for its 19th edition this semester. The journal accepts all creative works from TCU undergrads that pertain to poetry, prose, art.  The journal...